Box 9, Folder 9, Document 1

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THE ATIANTA SERVICE-LEARNING CONFERENCE
June - December 1969
Inaugural Meeting
Urban Needs = Educational Opportunities
White House Motor Inn, Atlanta, Georgia
June 30 -- July I, 1969
�Monday, June 30, 1969
8:00
9:00
Registration
MORNIN1 SESSION
Marcus J. Dash, Georgia Tech graduate student,
Chairman
Welcoming statements by Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
and U.S. Corrnnissioner of Education James
E. Allen, Jr. ( read by Logan Salada, Office
of Education)
9:30
ll:15
12:15
"A Broad Approach to Rapid Transit"
A case study presented by the ServiceLearning Players
"Service-Learning in Action in Atlanta"
An up-to-the-minute report chaired by Sam
Williams, Director of the Atlanta Urban
Corps, with reports by Tara Swartzel of Agnes
Scott College, Don Nelson of Georgia Tech,
Don Roe of C & S Bank and Charles Pyles of
Georgia State College
LUNCHEON SESSION
Dean Edward Holmes, &nory University , Chairman
Dora Skypeck, Emory University, presentation
of speakers
"Youth Service and Education"
Ed Ducree, Director of Upward Bound, Emory
University and Arthur G. Hansen, Presidentelect of the Georgia Institute of Technology
�2:00
AFTERlfOON SESSION
Seminars on service-learning concent i~d program
chairmen and room assig~~ents:
James Austin, Ga. ~-1unici:pal Assoc.
Room A
Robert Clayton, Spelman College
Room B
Calvin Cox, Atlanta Constitution1
Room C
Robert Nelson, Peace Corps
Room D
Russell Williams, Atlanta University
Center
Treaty Room
Refreshments available between 3 and 6 p.m. in
the Gaucho Room
4:30
6:00
Informal Discussion in the Gaucho Room
DINNER SESSION
Robert Nelson, Peace Corps, Chainnan
Prince Wilson, Executive Secretary, Atlanta
University Corporation, presentation of
speaker
Address by Lee Heubner, Staff Assistant to
President Nixon
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9 :00
MJRlHNG SESSION
Carl Wieck, M::>rehouse College, Chairman
"Service-Learning and National Programs,"
an exchange with Tom Houser, deputy director
of the Peace Corps; H. Jeffrey Binda, executive assistant to the director of Volunteers
in Service to America; Paul Cromwell, special
assistant to the director 8f the Teacher Corps;
and Michael B. Goldstein, dire~tor of the Urban
Corps National Development Office.
10:25
J. D. Kimmins, Peace Corps, statement on work
group purposes and assignments
10 :30
Coffee Break
11:00
Work Groups on components of service-learning
Service: Ross Coggins, VISTA
Room A
Learning: Sally Cantor, lake Forest
College
Room B
Curriculum: William Pendleton, Emory
University
Room C
Finance: Charles W. M::>ore and Charles
H. Hamblen, Dept. of HEW
Room D
Research: Tim Jwles, Georgia State
College
Treaty Room
.. ~thods and Programs: William Allison,
Economic Opportunity Atlanta
Gaucho Room
1:00
LUNCHEON SESSION
William R. Pamsay, Southern Regional F.d.ucation
Board, Chairman
Brad Currey, Trust Company of Georgia,
presentation of speaker
"Needs of Urban .America," William Allison,
Deputy Administrator, Economic Opportunity
Atlanta
2 :30
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